Governance and Policy
London Convention Documents
- Discussion of an Additional Option to Achieve the Regulation of Legitimate Scientific Research Involving Ocean Fertilization under the London Protocol
- Proposal submitted by Canada (2010) - Discussion item at October 2010 LC/LP meeting
- Assessment Framework for Scientific Research Involving Ocean Fertilization
- RESOLUTION LC-LP.2 ON THE ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH INVOLVING OCEAN FERTILIZATION (2010)
- The thirty-second consultative meeting of the contracting parties to the London Convention and the fifth meeting of the contracting parties to the London Protocol
- LC DRAFT ASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK FOR SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH INVOLVING OCEAN FERTILIZATION (Feb. 2010)
- LC/SG-CO2 3/5 (Feb. 2009)
- Report of the first meeting of the Intersessional Technical Working Group on ocean fertilization
- LP/CO2 2/5 (Feb. 2009)
- Report of the 1st meeting of the LP Intersessional Legal and Related Issues Working Group on ocean fertilization
- RESOLUTION LC-LP.1 (2008) ON THE REGULATION OF OCEAN FERTILIZATION
- The thirtieth meeting of the contracting parties to the London Convention and the third meeting of the contracting parties to the London Protocol
- LC/SG 31/INF.15 (April 2008) United Kingdom
- Sources of information on ocean fertilization and related matters
- LC/SG 30/12 (May 2007) Green Peace International (GPI)
- Challenging geo-engineering solutions to climate change: The urgent need for detailed scientific scrutiny and international regulations to protect the oceans from large-scale iron fertilization programmes
- LC/SG 30/12 (May 2007) World Conservation Union (IUCN)
- Regulation of CO2 sequestration
- LC-LP.1/Circ14 (July 2007)
- Statement of concern regarding iron fertilization of the oceans to sequester CO2
Economics and Law Publications
- Mayo-Ramsay, J. 2012. Climate Change Mitigation Strategies: Ocean Fertilisation - The argument for and against. Lambert Academic Publishing, 288 pp.
- Rehdanz, K, R.L Tol, and P. Wetzel. 2005. Ocean carbon sinks and international climate policy. Energy Policy 34:18
- Scott, K. N. 2005. The Day After Tomorrow: Ocean CO2 Sequestration and the Future of Climate Change. Georgetown International Environmental Law Review 18:45.
- Peterson, J. E. 1995. Can Algae Save Civilization? A Look at Technology, Law, and Policy Regarding Iron Fertilization of the Ocean to Counteract the Greenhouse Effect. Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law & Policy 61:48.
Lin, A. C. (2013). International Legal Regimes & Principles Relevant to Geoengineering. In W. C. G. Burns & A. Strauss (Eds.), Climate Change Geoengineering: Legal, Political and Philosophical Perspectives (pp. 182-199). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.